#1
It is in the profile called "test" , the word fizzy isnt in my dictionary so im asking :P but i think this is what it means?

Is it a ok tone to record some metallica covers with? Or should i tweak it?
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#2
yes, it's quite fizzy.. when you play you can hear this slight SSSSS noise in the background..

i'm not sure how to solve that for you though, are you using that engl? maybe increase the volume? I heard engls are supposed to sound not as fizzy at lower volumes though
#3
Definitely tweak it. When recording, you should record a scratch track to see how the tone sounds once recorded. If you don't like it, tweak the amp or move the mic a bit. Rinse and Repeat until you find a good tone.
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#5
its a sm57 mic,

will the fizzyness reduce when the speaker gets broken in? or will i have to live with it? isnt that noticable in my room as it is on the recording anyway
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#6
The way an amp sounds live and recorded is always different. Do what mogar said with the scratch track and adjust the amp and mic as if you're only listening to that track. When I do this I keep my headphones on so when I'm recording I don't really hear how the amp sounds live and only hear the way it's gonna sound through the head phones.
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#7
is the second test in my profile okey when it comes to fizzyness ? i can tweak the tone alot, so dont complain on the tone or my playing since i wasnt trying to play good :P
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#8
Quote by Jaekae
is the second test in my profile okey when it comes to fizzyness ? i can tweak the tone alot, so dont complain on the tone or my playing since i wasnt trying to play good :P
Almost exactly the same.
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#9
Quote by Jaekae
its a sm57 mic,

will the fizzyness reduce when the speaker gets broken in? or will i have to live with it? isnt that noticable in my room as it is on the recording anyway

yes, usually a new speaker is harsher than a broken in speaker
#10
That's just a poor sound.

You need to turn down the gain for sure. Add some mids, turn the bass down and turn the treble down.

The amp comes off a little harsh in the recording too.


Tweak it around and mess with the tone.
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